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usually defined as the group of those newspapers and magazines published by the various state residential schools for the deaf and written and edited mostly or entirely by deaf persons
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Articles about the Little Paper Family

The following article provide more information, such as history and significance, of the Little Paper Family.

  • Haller, Beth. "The Little Papers: newspapers at the nineteenth-century schools for deaf person." Journalism History 19.2 (1993): 43. 
  • Van Cleve, John V. "Little Paper Family," in Van Cleve, John V., ed., Gallaudet Encyclopedia of Deaf People and Deafness, Vol. 2, New York: McGraw-Hill Professional, 1987, 193-195.
  •  Reed, Richard D. "The Little Paper Family: A Rich Heritage and a Promising Future," in Turk, Frank R., ed., A Kaleidoscope of Deaf America, Silver Spring, MD, National Association of the Deaf, 1989, p.48-53.
 

Selected Bibliographies

The following items might be loosely described as "selective bibliographies" of articles from various years of LPF publications. The subjects used to list these articles are not consistent between these bibliographies.

  • Caswell, Render R. "The Review of the Little Paper Family for 1945-46." Washington, DC: Gallaudet College, 1946. M.A. thesis. [Microfiche.] In the Gallaudet University Library (Deaf 371.805 C3r 1946)
    • The table of contents in Mr. Caswell's review is a very simple list of topics with no indication of the articles contained therein. In the topic chapters, each article has a one paragraph summary and then the text of the article as transcribed by Mr. Caswell.

  • Hankins, Jessie Lenore. "A review of the Little Paper Family for 1948-1949." Washington, DC: Gallaudet College, 1949. M.A. thesis. In the Gallaudet University Library (Deaf 371.805 H3r 1949)
    • The table of contents lists broad subject categories and the article(s) from Little Paper Family publications, listed by publication name and date. In the chapters for the subjects, each article has a one paragraph summary followed by the text of the article typed (transcribed?) by Ms. Hankins.

  • Pancake, Virginia Lee. "A survey of 'The Little Paper Family' 1951-1952." Washington, DC: Gallaudet College, 1953. M.S. thesis. [Paper and microfiche.] In the Gallaudet University Library (Deaf 371.805 P3s 1953)
    • The table of contents in this survey also has broad subject categories. However, the article(s) under each category are listed by title of the article, with no reference to the publication or date. Each category has its own chapter and within that chapter, each article is reviewed and the full citation is listed; the articles are not transcribed here.

  • Ulmer, Thomas A. "A review of the Little Paper Family for 1944-45"
    •   in Bragg, Lois, ed., Deaf World : a historical reader and primary sourcebook, New York : New York University Press, c2001, p.257-268
    • Washiington, DC: Gallaudet College, 1945. M.A. thesis. [Microfiche.] In the Gallaudet University Library (Deaf 371.805 U4r 1945)
    • This review includes a brief history of the Little Paper Family. The table of contents is a very simple list of topics with no indication of the individual articles contained therein. In the topic chapters, each article has a one paragraph summary and then the text of the article as transcribed by Mr. Ulmer. Some of the articles include additional commentary.

  • Vale, Jalva. "A review of the Little Paper Family for 1947-1948." Washington, DC: Gallaudet University, 1948. M.A. thesis. In the Gallaudet University Library (Deaf 371.805 V3r 1948)
    • The table of contents in Ms. Vale's review has the subject categories followed by the title(s) and citation for the publication. Each category's chapter has a brief introduction. Each article includes a review followed by the full transcription of the article. With only a few exceptions, each article review begins on a new page with new section headers.
 
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